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Ease
At Ease
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The International Standard Bible Encyclopedia, Revised
Ease; At Ease; etc
Ease; At Ease; etc. [Heb. šāʾan, šaʾanān]; AV also REST, QUIET; NEB also PEACE, UNDISTURBED, PROSPEROUS, PROUD; [šalʾanan] (Job 21:23); NEB COMFORT; [hiphil of rāg̱ʿ] (Dt. 28:65); NEB PEACE; šalâ, šālēw] (Job 3:26; 16:12; Ps. 73:12; Jer. 49:31); AV also SAFETY, PROSPER, WEALTHY; NEB also
International Standard Bible Encyclopedia
EASE
EASE<ez> ([שַׁאֲנָן‎, sha’anan], [שַׁלְאֲנָן‎, shal’anan], chiefly, “at ease”): Used 19 times in the Old Testament and once in the New Testament, most frequently meaning tranquillity, security or comfort of mind; in an ethical sense, indicating carelessness or indifference with reference to one’s moral
The International Standard Bible Encyclopaedia, Volumes 1–5
Ease
EASE, ēz (שַׁאֲכָן‎, sha’ănān, שַׁלְאֲנָן‎, shal’ănān, chiefly, “at ease”): Used 19 t in the OT and once in the NT, most frequently meaning tranquillity, security or comfort of mind; in an ethical sense, indicating carelessness or indifference with reference to one’s moral or religious interests.